Gnostic Reticularity and the Politics of Revelation
Culture, Gender and Identity in Groups and Organisations
A three-day Group Relations Conference in New York, 14—16 April 2023
An online Group Relations conference, 16—18 February 2023
Dr Yossi Triest talks about bridging the gap between the ‘unconscious of the individual’ and the ‘unconscious of the group.’
Dr Mannie Sher kicked off our 2018 lunchtime talk series with his talk ‘Experience of Being 70 and over — an overview of the group relations conference’.
Richard Allen, Principal Researcher and Consultant at the Tavistock Institute, presents research into the ‘five facets of Theory of Change’.
Michael Puett’s lunchtime talk offered an exploration of theories of human psychology and group dynamics as they arose in early China and agues that these theoretical understandings have much to offer contemporary practice.
Jessica Burlingame continues an inquiry begun during her workshop at the Tavistock Institute’s 70th anniversary Festival
In this talk, Professor Georgie Parry-Crooke explores what the right hat or hats might be for collaborative evaluation roles.
The Spirit of Leadership
Me and Work: experiences of consulting to organisations, sharing feelings, emotions, failures and learning from them.
Jean Neumann and Antonio Sama trace A.K. Rice’s legacy embedded and captured in articles, books and other source documents.
The dynamics of discord in remote teams
In this talk, Marian Timmermans combines models from Tavistock and Transactional Analysis in dealing with the unknown when working with groups.
David Lawlor and Mannie Sher speak on systems psychodynamics theory and its application to organisational consultancy
A springtime Group Relations Conference in Israel, 19—24 March 2023
A Group Relations training conference, 20—22 and 27—28 January 2023
Alice White’s lunchtime talk provides insight into the people, processes, challenges and opportunities behind the Civil Resettlement Units of the 1940s.
Group Relations conferences are a vital ingredient for anyone interested in developing and deepening their leadership strategy and Organisational Practice
How does a method used at peace negotiations work in a group setting?
Welcome to this iteration of the Leicester Conference of the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, celebrating 77 years in 2023.
Our consultants are there both to hold the space open for profound discussions and ensure that actions are taken, and accountability lines identified.
Online Group Relations conference, 13—16 January 2023
Dr Eliat Aram and Dr Simon Western discuss sustainability, the environment, urban development, and creative working around how the future is being shaped.
A new programme of work is coming.
Working with the digital archives of the Leicester Conference, a post by Karen Kiss.
Creating a system that will genuinely hold the Board of NHS England to account
The 14-day experiential learning event that provides space to reflect and contemplate, within a global cohort, how you lead and follow in your organisation, your community and your life!
A certificated programme providing you with advanced theoretical and practical foundations to grow and deepen as an organisational consultant or change agent.